Houston Texans Draft: 3 decisions that must be made

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1. When to repair the interior offensive line and the running back situation

There are some solid choices to select a running back from the third round through the end of the ’22 NFL Draft, as the feeling is a running back by committee or using a duo of players seems to be the right decision there.

As for the offensive line, using a second-round or one of the third-round picks with this choice would be a great way to improve on the interior offensive line. One player that could be a second-round pick with the 37th overall pick is Kenyon Green, an offensive guard from Texas A&M.

Houston needs to keep Tytus Howard at right tackle for now, but the 6’4″ Green is ready to start today at either right or left guard, then this would be an excellent place to draft him, though it could be tough for him to make it out of the first round.

Either way, the Texans do need to put more focus on the interior offensive line, probably in the third round where they have two picks at No. 68 and No. 80 overall. Even in the fourth round, the Texans have two picks (No. 107, No. 108) where the running back spot can be looked at as well.

If it were a decision between repairing the o-line, running back position and even the interior defensive line from picks No. 37, No. 68 and No. 80 the first position would be interior o-line if the right player was available, followed with the defensive line and then running back, which that could wait until Round 4.

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